If you have been hopping with us, then you have just arrived from Becca's blog.
Now it is time to check out my Halloween project bag! The Spellbound Workshop to Go is awesome! Check out all of the projects you will be able to make with this kit alone! The printed paper is only found in this kit - I sure wish I had more of this paper!
Workshops On The Go® Spellbound Cricut® Kit
Create a Halloween party for 8, including treat bags, cupcake picks and wrappers, soda wraps, and a banner. The cute Spellbound paper packet is available in this kit only. This workshop project is ideal for creating as an individual and takes approximately 6 hours to complete.Included in this kit:
1 – My Reflections® Spellbound Paper Packet
1 – My Acrylix® Spellbound Cricut® Workshop Stamp Set (C-size)
1 – Sunset Baker's Twine (10 yards)
1 – Foundry® Pin Clips
6 – Jump Rings
1 – Instructional Brochure Some basic tools you may already have, such as inks, stamp blocks, or tools are needed to complete this project. The Cricut® Artiste cartridge is also required (Cricut® Artiste Collection Z1790).
if you LOVE Halloween as much as I do, then you'll want to shop on my CTMH website and buy this kit ASAP! Just click on the button below:
Now check out my treat bag samples- I had enough black and white to create the scary guy in the middle!
Don't forget if you are hopping along with us to follow the links below tofollow along with the rest of us! Now it is off to Kathy's blog.
Tricia Rathke - http://craftingthedayawayy.blogspot.com
Lalia Harris - http://craftylalia.blogspot.com
Rebecca Kings -http://heartfeltcreationsbybecca.blogspot.com
Adeline Brill - www.adeline-brill.blogspot.com you are here!
Kathy Johnson- http://kathyscreativecorner.com
Amy Edwards - Paisleysplayhouse.blogspot.com
Jen Patrick -http://roxybonds-scrappin.blogspot.com
Pamela O'Connor - http://reflectionsofmyartandsoul.com
Melinda Everitt - http://ifyoublingit.blogspot.com/
Michele Eickholt - http://chelescrafts.blogspot.com
Tina Gale Husong - http://tiggerscrapplace.blogspot.com
Denise Hobbs - http://oklahomainker.blogspot.com